Bryson DeChambeau has withdrawn from the US PGA Championship following his practice round at Southern Hills.
DeChambeau appeared set to make his return to competitive action, having undergone wrist surgery after the Masters last month.
The world number 22 showed no signs of pain as he tested out his wrist during a practice round on Wednesday
However, the 2020 US Open champion confirmed on Twitter that he will sit out of the season's second major.
He tweeted: "After careful consideration, I have decided to WD from the PGA Championship. I want to make a full return when I am 100 per cent ready to compete at golf's highest level."
After careful consideration, I have decided to WD from the @PGAChampionship. I want to make a full return when I am 100% ready to compete at golf’s highest level. Thank you all for the continued support!— Bryson DeChambeau (@b_dechambeau) May 18, 2022
The 28-year-old has endured a frustrating campaign thus far, missing the cut in three of his last four starts.
Among them was a disappointing showing at Augusta, where he missed the cut at 12 over.